February 26, 3 – 4PM free Pre-registration for all ages George Derek Musgrove, Associate Professor of History at UMBC, has launched a website exploring the history of Black Power organizing in the nation’s capital. Black Power […]
No matter the time, from Africa, slavery on the plantation, to Reconstruction, Jim Crow and Civil Rights, we took care and loved one another, we had a “Village” that helped and sustained us. Do we […]
Enslaved at the Georgetown Hotel tells the story of three generations of one family enslaved by the owner of the hotel, Eleanor Lang, and explains the process of their emancipation in 1862 under the D.C. […]
February 24, 6:30 – 8pm A panel discussion featuring divers who seek to preserve the heritage of Black people through discovering and investigating wreckages of slave ships and salvaging artifacts.
February 24, 5pm – 8pm (four 45-minute timed slots) PLEASE ONLY RESERVED A TICKET IF YOU ARE 100% CERTAIN YOU WILL ATTEND. MASKS ARE REQUIRED, TEMPERATURE WILL BE TAKEN AT THE DOOR. Zenith Gallery – […]
February 24, 2021 at 6:30 pm University of the District of Columbia’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and the Office of Alumni Affairs for a Black History Month program celebrating esteemed alumnus, Dr. Edwin Bancroft Henderson
UnRacism-The intricate pathways of structural racism FEBRUARY 23, 1-2PM Courtney Tolbert hosts a monthly discussion on how we can move forward at this time and improve our world. All are invited to attend, please pre-register.
New Video Celebrates the Legacy of the ClubHouse CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH In 2020, Rainbow History Project (RHP) launched a major project to collect and preserve the story of the ClubHouse, led by RHP Board […]
February 22 7:00 – 8:30pm Join a conversation about Black pioneers of DC statehood and the movement for self-determination in DC. The conversation will focus on Julius Hobson, Hilda Mason, Josephine Butler, Walter Fauntroy and […]
UZIKEE illuminates the journey of visionary African ancestral sculptor, legendary UDC (University of the District of Columbia) engineering professor, and humanitarian Allen UZIKEE Nelson.